The Heisman Trust requires little of its winners beyond eligibility, which explains why certain notorious former winners still have their stiff-arm statue. Banishing Bush alone from USC history still seems gratuitous.
Frank Hering’s name has long been obscured in the shadows of Rockne and Leahy, Parseghian and Holtz.
From his small, out-of-the-way office in the Joyce Center, Chris Zorich ’91, ’02J.D. serves as a confidant to athletes in need of a candid conversation.
It’s an entry-level position.
At least it is to Zorich, 39, who’s new to the complex business of college athletic administration but not to its potential entanglements.…